Is digital monitoring intrusive?
Managing diabetes requires that patients regularly monitor their blood glucose levels and their way of life (physical activity, eating habits). Digital tools (e.g., smartphone apps, wearable sensors) could help patients monitor their diabetes but may feel intrusive in patients’ daily life. For example, some patients find that wearing a digital sensor is intrusive to their privacy.
In this scientific study we will present you different ways in which digital tools could be used to monitor your diabetes at home and ask about your preferences and perceptions of them.
The results of this study can be used to influence the design of digital tools. By filling in this 15 minute survey you can make your voice heard.